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2nd Part 2 of this story from another Source is below this one.

         Pubdate: Thu, 19 Jan 2006

Earlier today 18-year-old James Sioeli Kisina, from Loganlea, appeared in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court, south of Brisbane.

He faced eight charges, including producing and possessing a dangerous drug, deprivation of liberty and assault occasioning bodily harm.

Erwin Siregar says that if Kisina is convicted, Corby’s legal team could use the decision to argue that he was the owner of the boogie board bag full of marijuana.

The boogie board was the key evidence presented during Corby’s drug smuggling trial.

"If there is a sentence from Australian court to say this thing belongs to James, of course we as lawyers in Bali will bring this evidence to the court to say this thing does not belong to Schapelle," he said.

But Corby’s former lawyer, Robin Tampoe, says he hopes it does not have a bearing on any future legal appeals.

"It shouldn’t have an impact because it doesn’t relate to her but everything filters back to the judges, everything filters back to the prosecutors," he said.

"They know exactly what is going on in Australia so it certainly won’t paint her in the best possible light as far as the judicial system over there is concerned."

Corby is serving a 15-year jail term in for drug trafficking in Bali.

Kisina was arrested yesterday, along with two other men, after police investigations into a break-and-enter on Brisbane’s southside on Tuesday.

He was refused bail and has been remanded in custody to reappear in court on March 8.

Defence lawyer Stefan Simms says his client does not accept the charges as they stand.

"As I said in court, he’s seeking to obtain information which would assist in Schappelle Corby’s appeal," he said.

"He was only attending in the house because he was given information which led him to believe that the occupants were drug dealers.

"We had that suspicion confirmed by the arresting officer."

      Pubdate: Thu, 19 Jan 2006
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Australia Web)
Copyright: 2006 Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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From http://www.schapellecorby.com/showthread.php?t=256


SCHAPELLE Corby’s half-brother has been directly linked by Queensland police to the drug run into Bali that led to her 20-year jail sentence.

Senior Queensland detectives made the allegations against James Sioeli Kisina, 18, in court documents after he was arrested for allegedly leading a home invasion on Tuesday night in Brisbane’s south.

"He (Mr Kisina) is suspected of some involvement in the exportation of cannabis for which his sister has received a 20-year imprisonment sentence," the affidavit says, sworn by arresting officer Detective Sergeant Dean Godfrey.

Corby’s lawyers will now ask for details of Mr Kisina’s case in an effort to launch an unprecedented appeal.
Corby’s youngest sibling, Mr Kisina was just 16 and with his sister when she was caught at Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport in October 2004 carrying 4.1kg of cannabis in a bodyboard bag.

Mr Kisina carried the bag to the Customs desk, but when asked by officials if it was his, Corby interrupted and claimed ownership.

After the drugs were discovered, Mr Kisina was interrogated by Balinese police, but released after they found no proof he was implicated in the crime.
A Queensland police spokeswoman last night said she could not elaborate on the affidavit as "it would be inappropriate at this point to comment on matters that are currently before the court". "The evidence and circumstances surrounding the arrest of Mr Kisina will be presented in court," she said.

Mr Kisina’s lawyer, Stefan Simms, yesterday said the drug smuggling allegations had "no foundation".
He said Mr Kisina claims he went to the house in an effort to obtain evidence from drug dealers that might clear Corby.

On Thursday, the Supreme Court in Jakarta – Indonesia’s highest court – confirmed it had reinstated Corby’s original 20-year jail term after a final appeal against her conviction and sentence. The ruling, made on January 12, overturned a successful appeal to Bali’s High Court last year that cut Corby’s jail sentence to 15 years.

Corby’s parents, Michael Corby and a tearful Rosleigh Rose, yesterday visited their daughter in Bali’s Kerobokan prison.

Mrs Rose said her son’s arrest was not linked to Corby’s arrest and subsequent conviction in Bali. "This had nothing to do with James or what he has done," she told Channel Nine’s A Current Affair. "I love James very much … I’ll deal with James when I get home."
But Corby’s Bali lawyer Erwin Siregar, who also visited the prison, said he would fly to Australia within weeks to interview Mr Kisina ahead of an "extraordinary appeal" for a judicial review of the now-closed case. Mr Siregar said the renewed legal bid would be based on "new evidence", but refused to give details.
"She has asked me to make another effort, so we will apply for a judicial review. We have new evidence," he said.

Mr Kisina was arrested on Wednesday with two other men, including his cousin, Shane John Tilyard, 19. At a brief hearing on Thursday, Mr Simms said his client claimed he had carried out the home invasion in the belief the occupants were known drug dealers who had information that could help his sister’s bid for freedom. "He thought that if he approached people who (he alleged) had connections to drugs he could in some way obtain information which might assist with his sister’s case," Mr Simms said outside court. "I can only say it was misguided."

Police allege Mr Kisina and his two co-accused, wearing balaclavas, broke into the home at 4am on Tuesday, tied up the occupants, a couple in their early twenties, gagged the woman and hit the man with an iron bar. They allegedly stole $1000 and a quantity of marijuana, which they took to Mrs Rose’s house, where Mr Kisina also lived.

Sources told The Australian that police had filmed their entry and exit to the home, which they had under surveillance because of suspicions of illegal activity.
In the affidavit, police allege that "he (Mr Kisina) admits to smoking cannabis". Mr Simms said yesterday his client intended to contest the eight charges he is facing.